Scott Mason talks to USA Football and The Scout Academy’s Brandon Thorn and “Chronicles of Nania” host Michael Nania to break down the film and the numbers on the New York Jets’ newest offensive lineman, Kelechi Osemele!
Episode 278 of “Play Like A Jet” is here! Subscribe on iTunes or check out the audio below. Scott Mason talks to USA Football and The Scout Academy’s Brandon Thorn and “Chronicles of Nania” host Michael Nania to break down the film and the numbers on the New York Jets’ newest offensive lineman, Kelechi Osemele!
Brandon breaks down Osemele’s film to give us the offensive lineman’s strengths, weaknesses, potential fit in the Jets’ offense, and his overall thoughts on the trade the Jets’ made to acquire the Guard from the Raiders.
And then Michael goes inside the numbers to give us a deep dive on the stats surrounding Osemele like only he can!
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Joe Caporoso on the current hierarchy of quarterbacks in the AFC and where the New York Jets need Sam Darnold to fit in next year for a successful season
A common question I receive on Twitter is something is similar to this:
Basically, how big of a leap does Sam Darnold need to make next year in order for the season to be a success and as a byproduct of that, where should he fit in alongside other starters in the NFL when comparing them to each other? For the purpose of this article, let’s just focus down on the AFC and what the current lay of the land is. As a qualifier, these are not straightforward “rankings” but rather the different tiers the starters fall into…
Collin Spence rounds up New York Jets free agency rumors
These are some of the remaining needs of the New York Jets:
- EDGE RUSHER
- STARTING CENTER
- #2 CORNERBACK
- OL DEPTH
- #2 RUNNING BACK
TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso answers your Twitter submitted questions on the New York Jets after the first week of free agency
Joe Caporoso answers your Twitter submitted questions on the New York Jets after the first week of free agency, including how they will handle center, edge and cornerback going forward, contract questions on CJ Mosley and Le’veon Bell, Sam Darnold’s expectations and more…
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New TOJ Podcast: Joe Caporoso recaps and rants on the New York Jets first week of free agency…
Joe Caporoso gives 30+ minutes of takes on the New York Jets first week of free agency: from the staggering investment in CJ Mosley, to the Le’Veon Bell win and to the earlier moves of adding Jamison Crowder and Kelechi Osemele, every transaction is covered and ranted upon (including Anthony Barr’s flip flopping bellyache)… (more…)
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets signing RB Le’Veon Bell
The New York Jets signed running back Le’Veon Bell, the top available free agent on the market, to a 4 year, 52.5 million dollar contract with 35 million guaranteed. This move was something the Jets absolutely needed to do to take advantage of Sam Darnold’s rookie contract and they succeeded adding the best offensive playmaker the franchises has had since Curtis Martin on a contract, that while expensive for a running back, is not cost prohibitive to the team making needed additions elsewhere.
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets signing of LB CJ Mosley
The New York Jets made their biggest splash thus far of the free agent period resetting the inside linebacker market with a 5 year, 85 million dollar contract with 51 million guaranteed for CJ Mosley, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens.
Joe Caporoso with initial reaction to the New York Jets signing WR Jamison Crowder
The New York Jets made their first skill position addition of the offseason by signing former Washington Redskins WR Jamison Crowder to a 3 year, 28.5 million dollar contract with 17 million guaranteed. He will join offensive guard Kelechi Osemele as the second new starter on the team’s offense heading into 2019…
A running blog throughout the first week of NFL free agency…
We have made it – NFL free agency has arrived. Stay with us here and on Twitter all week for reactions to all the signings, near signings, trades, rumors and everything else that happens over the next seven days…